Fingerprint recognition

Invixium showcases biometric authentication solutions at ISC West 2018

Invixium, an innovator of biometrics solutions, made its North American debut at ISC West 2018 in Las Vegas and unveiled an impressive lineup of modern biometric products including its newest - IXM TITAN, featuring an impressive suite of features and technical specifications. TITAN offers customers a multitude of options for access control applications in need of multimodal biometrics (facial recognition as a primary and fingerprint or finger vein authentication as a secondary), with additional...

ISC West 2018 day three: Biggest-ever show highlights emerging technologies

Activity slowed on the last day of ISC West in Las Vegas, but there was plenty of momentum remaining and plenty more to see. In the end, Reed Exhibitions declared 2018 the biggest and most successful year to date for the show. There were an additional 4,000 square feet of exhibit space compared to last year and a 6 percent growth in overall attendance, according to Reed.  The cloud, biometrics, deep learning and other technologies were among the big topics at the show, and even smaller exh...

Tapplock Corporation unveils Tapplock One, smart fingerprint sensor locking solution

Padlocks have long been used to secure valuable items but remembering the combination or where the key is can be a hassle. Fingerprints have replaced passwords for electronic devices and are now replacing combinations and keys. The Tapplock one is the world’s first smart fingerprint padlock. It can unlock in 0.8 seconds with no effort compared to a traditional combination lock that can take up to 15 seconds, or several minutes if the combination is forgotten, to open. The Tapplock one has...

IDEMIA unveils MorphoWave Compact biometric access control solution at ISC West 2018

IDEMIA, the global provider of Augmented Identity, and the new home of Morpho’s line of biometric access control readers, chose ISC West 2018 exhibition to unveil the newest addition to its range of frictionless biometric access control products: MorphoWave Compact by IDEMIA. This masterpiece of engineering relies on IDEMIA’s patented, touchless 3D fingerprint technology: it delivers the field-proven performance of the award-wining MorphoWave Tower in a stylish and compact reader, d...

ISC West 2018: Invixium unveils IXM TITAN – a multimodal, multifactor, multipurpose biometric solution

Invixium, a manufacturer of next-generation biometric products for enterprise access control, time and attendance and smart home markets, introduced its IXM TITAN at ISC West 2018 (booth #6109). TITAN incorporates facial recognition and fingerprint or finger vein biometric modalities into one multifunctional device capable of access control, time tracking, video surveillance and video intercom applications. “Biometric authentication is now relevant and continues to trend across many marke...

Morse Watchmans to display KeyWatcher Touch data and cyber security system at ISC West 2018

Morse Watchmans, a provider of key control and asset management systems, is demonstrating how their KeyWatcher Touch key management solution helps organisations keep data secure. On display at ISC West 2018 (booth #12109), KeyWatcher Touch provides comprehensive key management to a broad range of industries and business types, including server farms and datacentres. “Data and cybersecurity are paramount today. With sensitive information being accessed via internet-connected endpoints thro...

Round Table Discussions

Has the gap closed between security fiction and security reality?

Among its many uses and benefits, technology is a handy tool in the fantasy world of movie and television thrillers. We all know the scene: a vital plot point depends on having just the right super-duper gadget to locate a suspect or to get past a locked door. In movies and TV, face recognition is more a super power than a technical function. Video footage can be magically enhanced to provide a perfect image of a license plate number. We have all shaken our heads in disbelief, and yet, our indus...